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2022 Toyota Corolla Cross Pricing Starts Just Over $23,000

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The Toyota Corolla sedan is practically a household name and now the automaker is hoping some of that familiarity will rub off on Toyota’s newest SUV, the 2022 Corolla Cross. In Toyota’s lineup, the SUV slots between the subcompact C-HR and compact RAV4 in size and price.

Toyota Corolla Cross pricing starts at $23,410 for the base L trim with front-wheel drive; all-wheel drive is an extra $1,300 and is available on all trims (L, LE and XLE). All prices include destination.

The Corolla Cross is around the same size as competitors such as the Mazda CX-30 and Chevrolet Trailblazer, and is priced between them both.

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All Corolla Cross trims get power from a 169-horsepower, 2.0-liter engine matched with a continuously variable automatic transmission. A 7-inch multimedia touchscreen is standard on the base L model; midlevel LE ($25,760 with FWD) and uplevel XLE ($27,540 with FWD) trims get an 8-inch touchscreen as well as wireless charging; LE and XLE trims also add two USB charging ports for rear-seat passengers.

Additional extras for the XLE model include a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat with lumbar and heated front seats, SofTex faux leather-trimmed seats in Macadamia/Mocha or Black, a rear folding armrest with two cup holders and a leather shift knob.

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Toyota Certified
2022 Toyota Corolla Cross XLE
887 mi.
$40,000
Great Deal | $8,890 under
CPO Warrantied
Home Delivery
Virtual Appointments
Used
2022 Toyota Corolla Cross LE
552 mi.
$33,499
Great Deal
Home Delivery
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All Corolla Cross trims come with the Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 group of driver-assist features including adaptive cruise control, a precollision system with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning with steering assist, road sign assist and automatic high beams. A blind spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert is standard on all but the base L trim, and XLE trims get a rear cross-traffic braking system.

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Options include a power liftgate with height adjustability, nine-speaker sound system, an adaptive front lighting system with auto-leveling and a moonroof.

The 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross hits dealerships this month.

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